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Matched bond settlements that froze mid-flight when the Russian sanctions first came into force are still in limbo, causing anxiety for all parties involved
Following the House and Senate's approval last week, the Libor legacy bill has now been signed into law by the US president
While swaps volumes have risen to an all-time high in SOFR, many sources doubt the efficiency of ‘no new Libor’ as the benchmark continues to dominate the US market
In a joint release, the two regulators took stock on progress achieved on the sterling transition and outlined future work for the RFR working group and the market
A year on from Brexit, sources look at how far equivalence and divergence have got, and consider what the future could hold for EU-UK relations
Some markets may shrink as certain green or sustainable products fail to align with the EU taxonomy
With the government having set the scene by placing sustainable finance as a key focus of the post-Brexit financial services agenda, the onus is on businesses to follow suit and step up their engagement
Two papers recently put out by the regulators on D&I across the industry and on company boards are signs that the subject is gaining momentum
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